"Salty Waves of Blue" is a song written and sung by Adam Fieled, recorded by Matt Stevenson at the Eris Temple in West Philadelphia in April 2007. Topics: salty waves of blue, rock music, american music
An investigation into Kant's conception of the noumena/thing-in-itself in his "Critique of Pure Reason." Topics: immanuel kant, critique of pure reason, noumena, adam fieled, ontology, epistemology, philosophy
Notes towards an understanding, in ontology, of the soul, expressed here in compressed matrix form using the Purification Chain and Space Between. Topics: space between, the purification chain, ontology, compressed matrix
"Poetry and Freedom" was a series of posts composed by Adam Fieled as blogger-in-residence at the Poetry International festival in London in 2008. The festival was held at the Southbank Centre, which is also the home of London's Poetry Library. Topics: Adam Fieled, Poetry International, Southbank Centre, London
"Returns" is a chapbook first released by Mipoesias in 2010. The poems have appeared in Mirage, moria, Sous Rature, As/Is, Ectoplasmic Necropolis, and Clown War. "Returns" can also be heard in its entirety on PennSound. Topics: adam fieled, returns
A compressed matrix configuration around Kant's categories in relation to Space Between and the Purification Chain, as regards "soul." Topics: immanuel kant, purification chain, space between, compressed matrix
This piece, from the ontology/aesthetics collection "Changes," focuses on the relationship between Deconstructionist theory and metaphysics. Topics: adam fieled, changes, ontology, aesthetics, derrida, deconstructionism
This essay is meant to follow up the Argotist essay "Composite Ideologies" and also an essay entitled "Benjamin's Desktop" that has appeared in multiple places. As a refinement, the piece links the Internet not only to Deconstructionism but to Romanticism, Modernism, and Post-Modernism. Topics: Adam Fieled, Internet Theory
This postulate attempts to make an ontological incision regarding the difference between existence and subsistence in matter, substance, causality. Topics: ontology, schopenhauer, existence, subsistence, philosophy
This piece begins the work of creating critical cruxes and rubrics around the work done by avant-gardists in English-language poetry in the Aughts, with particular emphasis on new forms of narrativity and work accomplished in Philadelphia, Chicago, and London. Topics: avant-garde poetry, literary theory, literary criticism, the aughts, philadelphia, chicago, london,...
These notes on Milton set in place a critical approach to Paradise Lost which includes apostrophes to Deconstructionism, the Great Recession, the Aughts avant-garde and avant-gardism, and the position of the author in relation to his text here. Topics: john milton, paradise lost, literary criticism, literary theory, great recession, deconstruction,...
This short narrative piece addresses several participants in Aughts Philly and the Philadelphia Renaissance, with a focus on the Philly Free School and the all-girl rock band The Bad News Bats. Topics: the bats' compound, the bad news bats, aughts philly, the philadelphia renaissance, the philly free...
"Darkyr Sooner" is an album by Philadelphia poet/musician Adam Fieled. It was recorded: partly at Buttons Sound, NYC, partly at East Side Studios, Manayunk, Philadelphia, and partly at WSG Studios, Center City, Philadelphia. Three producers: Paul Levin, Jim Boggia, and Matt Stevenson. All songs composed by Adam Fieled. Topics: adam fieled, darkyr sooner, rock music
These five pieces are drawn from the blog Adam Fieled's Fair Game. They concern a group of rock recordings made in 1967, and the manner in which they responded to the burgeoning counterculture of that era. Topics: adam fieled, adam fieled's fair game, rock music, the sixties
The first section of a piece which explores a new critical ethos around Irish poet William Butler Yeats, aligning him with Edwardianism rather than Modernism. Topics: william butler yeats, irish poetry, english literature, literary criticism, edwardianism, modernism